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International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM)

This sub-series consists of records created and accumulated by Herb Stovel during his involvement with the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM).

In 1985, Stovel began lecturing and teaching workshops for ICCROM. He also served as the Director of the ICCROM Heritage Settlements Unit from 1998-2004. The documents included in this sub-series consists of notes, correspondence, and records related to courses delivered by the Heritage Settlements Programme, including ITUC (Integrated Territorial and Urban Conservation) and the ARC (architectural conservation course) programme, and other activities.

Stovel authored two well-known ICCROM publications on risk preparedness for world cultural heritage and conservation of living religious heritage.

Teaching and Instruction

This sub-series consists of records created and accumulated by Herb Stovel during his time as an instructor at the the University of Vermont, Université de Montréal, Carleton University, and the University of Victoria.

This sub-series also includes material for workshops and guest lectures delivered to international, national, and local organizations.

Parks Canada

This sub-series consists of records created and accumulated by Herb Stovel related to Parks Canada. Stovel worked on contracts for Parks Canada, which included work on the Rideau Canal corridor, as well as the development of workshops for the Federal Heritage Buildings Review Board, and a Code of Practice for managers of federal heritage buildings.

This sub-series consists of reports, management plans for historic sites, documents from the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, publications, brochures, and drafts of the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada.

Historical: Valentine

This sub-series consists of reference material collected by Canadian architect Hugh Allen Inglis Valentine. Valentine was a sessional lecturer in the McGill University School of Architecture from 1957 to 1967, where Herb Stovel was also a student, graduating in 1972.

The material in this subseries consists of copies of the Architecture’s Portfolio series of collections of photographs illustrating architectural details, and other articles on architecture.

General

This sub-series consists of the general correspondence as related to CEECT's research, including publicity correspondence with major Canadian newspapers.

CEECT support staff was in contact with academic institutions, such as museums, libraries, individual scholars, rare book dealers and collectors. Much of CEECT's research was conducted through general correspondence. This contact also served as a form of publicity for CEECT and its texts.

Editors

This sub-series consists of correspondence between the editors for each of the CEECT texts, including correspondence with museums, libraries, and major newspapers.

There were eleven editors for CEECT, one for each edition. Each editor was responsible for the text's introduction and appendices which contextualized the CEECT edition. The editors participated in numerous CEECT-related activities including but not exclusive to the 1983 CEECT conference and subsequent publications pertaining to the edited texts. The eleven editors included Michael A. Peterman, George L. Parker, Call Ballstadt, Mary Jane Edwards, Douglas R. Cronk, Donald Stephens, Rupert Schieder, Douglas G. Lochhead, John C. Stockdale, Gwendolyn Davies, and Malcolm Parks.

Carleton University

This sub-series consists of correspondence with Carleton University faculty and staff with a particular focus on funding.

CEECT conducted much of its business through and with Carleton University. Several departments at Carleton University contributed financially to CEECT; funds came from the Dean of Arts, the Dean of Graduate Studies, Dean of Social Sciences, and Dean of Science.

Miscellaneous

This sub-series consists of correspondence with various departments at Carleton University, including the Organized Research Unit reports for CEECT and material related to the two CEECT conferences.

CEECT developed relationships with several different departments at Carleton University. CEECT was an Organized Research Unit that contributed to the field of early Canadian literature and scholarly editing. The project also participated in various international literary history programs such as the Canadian/Australian Histoire du Livre. CEECT contributed to the field of scholarly editing with its two conferences in 1983 and 1993, "CEECT Conference on Editorial Principles and Procedures."

Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts conferences

This sub-series includes eighteen audio tapes from the 1981 informal colloquium and 1983 conference, both of which were concerned with the editorial procedures of scholarly texts

CEECT held two conferences in 1983 and 1993 pertaining to scholarly editing procedures. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research of Canada grant awarded to CEECT in 1981 stipulated CEECT host a conference on its practices and the contribution of its work to the field of scholarly editing in Canada and elsewhere.

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